American pocket bullies: small, stocky mix of Patterdale terrier and American bully, not recognized by AKC but belong to American Bully Kennel Club.
Staffordshire bull terriers: large, affectionate, loyal companions. Good with kids, but prone to separation anxiety. Not fond of sharing, better as the only pet. Perfect for active families.
American pit bull terriers: 30-75lbs, 17-21" tall. Not AKC recognized, but UKC recognizes them. Descended from English bulldogs and terriers. Used for dog fighting, but affectionate and loyal. Socialize, play, and exercise them.
Am Staffs: Large pit bull breed, descendants of English terriers and bulldogs. Good-natured, loyal, and playful. Require socialization and supervision with children.
Classic American Bullies: 45-80lbs, 13-20in tall. Mix of American pit bull terrier and American Staffordshire terrier. Stocky, short coat, loyal, intelligent family companions.
Standard American bullies: large, muscular dogs (60-110 lbs, 16-20 inches tall). Friendly, outgoing, and energetic. Ideal for active families.
Extreme American Bullies: 75-120 lbs, 18-20" tall. Large, muscular body, heavy bones, loose lips, higher rear. Nicknamed "bodybuilder dog".
XL American bullies are the largest pit bull breed, known for their massive size, broad heads, and good temperament with children. They require exercise, space, and supervision around kids.